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"Loved you Jana, refreshing and open minded, gave me so much hope"
- McHenry County IL trainee . January 2019
"Excellent Training, learned a lot and opened my mind" - McHenry County, IL trainee - January 2019
... you made sure we understood what coaching was about and your kindness and caring attitude spilled other into us well me, and you are still here for us, well me even after the training was done, I will never forget you not the training, Thank You and God Bless You in All You Do . - Karen, Recovery Coach Trainee
I woke up this beautiful mourning with you on my heart. I am working with a young lady and your training is playing such a big role. It came to me that the training was so much more than recovery coach education. It opened me up to a completely different way of thinking and it is making me a better human. I needed to thank you! - Sheila K, Recovery Coach trainee
When I was first broached with the idea of attending her peer recovery class, I was very skeptical. I am in long-term recovery and I felt that was sufficient. Jana opened my eyes on how peer recovery works in conjunction with the 12 steps and the fellowship. - Kip - Recovery Coach Trainee
Jana will open your eyes to an entire new concept of Recovery. She will guide you through the process, she will love you, and she will help you succeed however she can. Her classroom experience is nothing short of transformational. I can't begin to express my gratitude, and my admiration for this lady! - Sarah - Recovery Coach Trainee
I took my training from you. I learned more about real recovery and how peers make such a huge difference for someone fighting this disease. It gave me hope that I could help someone be successful. I’m coaching three persons right now and they’re all doing great thanks to what I learned from you. - Anthony - Recovery Coach Trainee
Jana Murphy-Magee, is amazing! And touches the lives of so many on a daily bases! Jana truly gets the disease of addiction. Not only from her own battles, but through the battles of others as well. - Person receiving peer services